SAN holdouts

Moad, Jeff
September 2003
Storage Magazine;Sep2003, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p30
Analyzes the reasons for the resistance of some companies to use storage area network (SAN) products. Results of the tests conducted by Tim McGovern, director of engineering at Skywalker Sound, a film production studio at Nicasio, California, on SAN products; Concern of some companies about high product costs; Concerns about the complexity of SAN and the difficulty of managing them.


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